vg-renderer - A vector graphics renderer for bgfx, based on ideas from NanoVG and ImDrawList (Dear ImGUI)

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Includes some small changes to FontStash. Optionally uses libtess2 for concave polygon decomposition. Paths are tesselated using the Path struct (src/vg/path.cpp, .h). You can use vg::pathXXX() functions to convert your SVG commands to a polyline for uses outside this renderer.



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